Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Elise Schoening

New organization brings awareness to prison system

By Elise Schoening Review Editor While people like to think of the United States as one of the most progressive and free countries in the world,...

From Metzger Drive to ‘22 Jump Street’

By Elise Schoening Review Editor They’re identical twins, stand-up comedians, actors and even alumni of the College. The Lucas Brothers, a dynamic duo from New Jersey,...

Students share stories in stirring ‘Stigmonologues’

By Elise Schoening Review Editor Roughly one in four adults in America suffers from a diagnosable mental illness, according to the National Institute of Mental Health....

ACT proves ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

For four nights, the Black Box Theatre in Kendall Hall rung loud with endless laughter as members of the All College Theatre, also known as ACT, put on another memorable performance for students, faculty and the public.

Remains of early human species discovered

National Geographic researchers revealed the findings of a new species that is believed to be an early ancestor of Homo sapiens.

Ultra Violet Week raises Alzheimer’s awareness

By Elise Schoening Review Editor A staggering five million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s, a fatal disease that has proven to be the sixth leading...

‘Pitch Perfect 2’ sells itself short with crude humor

By Elise Schoening Review Editor  Fans of the original “Pitch Perfect” film should prepare themselves for disappointment going into the much-anticipated sequel. The first film, which...

Activities Fair provides new opportunities

By Elise Schoening Review Editor It was that time of year again — time for the Student Activities Fair, where almost every club and...

Students make pledge for safe driving

Starting this semester, the College is encouraging each student on campus to be a hero, but not the kind that wears a mask and cape. Instead, it is looking to honor the everyday heroes that continually save lives by serving as designated drivers.

Taylor Swift shines on ‘1989 World Tour’

By Elise Schoening Review Editor A ticket to the 1989 World Tour this summer will buy you so much more than just two hours of Taylor...

Public institutions still ‘the best deal in town’

In a lecture to students on Thursday, April 23, Suzanne Mettler pointed out the flaws of the higher education system in America, particularly how it increases stratification between the socio-economic classes in our nation.

‘#Proud2BMe’ campaign launches at the College

By Elise Schoening Staff Writer The College community came together last week to advocate for body-positivity and self-love. Students and staff members alike took time out...

Phi Beta Kappa celebrates new inductees

By Elise Schoening Features Assistant Students inducted into the College’s prestigious academic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa, on Tuesday, April 14, were met with a standing ovation from the...

Feminism still needed in the US

Can women today truly have it all? Barnard's president tries to answer that question.

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